Jim Stiles, USA
Northwest Railway Museum
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
1/3s f/45.0 at 280.0mm iso400
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Yes l agree with Cindi. Sepia would work really well on this
and it would also hide the modern-day orange safety jacket of the guy at the back.
A lovely period piece Jim
You could do this in a sepia tone and it would be like something back in the old days. Great work! I love this.
Frank Kavanagh Photography
A nice shot Jim, they are watching you watching them.
Great historic shot! Love these vintage vehicles!
Nice work with the driver peeping out!
This looks like an antique train event... nice capture.
I like the compression from the tele-lens. The two men in the middle look tiny compared to the huge trains in the foreground. The "large" engineer in the window draws my eye to him and then back to the tiny men....fascinating.
I love the human element coupled with the trains and setting.